As robust as a wild boar and inspired by that animal’s Cutters – the canine teeth of the lower jaw used for tearing and cutting food – our knife was designed and produced in the perfect size to ensure versatility in any situation.
We teamed up with one of the best national cutlers to create this piece, Carlos Norte from Lombo do Ferreiro. Handmade with a national walnut grip and a stainless-steel blade. It was designed to be used in essential tasks, such as slicing and preparing food, for your survival in the mountains or the city. It is an authentic and unique piece, and only ten units were made.
Ø Total length: 19,5cm (7,7”)
Ø Knife weight: 102gr (3.6 oz)
Ø Knife with protective sheath: 141gr (5 oz)
Ø Blade: 440 Stainless Steel, hardness 56-58Hrc Scandinavian roughing “scandi” 20-22º, with 9cm (3,5”)
Ø Hand-carved national walnut wood grip
Ø Each knife comes with a protective sheath, handmade, in 100% genuine traditional leather
How to care
After each use, immediately wash your knife by hand, never in the dishwasher, and dry it with a clean cloth. Always use a cutting base made of softwood or plastic. Avoid cutting directly on glass or stone. If you do not use your knife for a long time, lubricate it lightly with oil and store it in a dry place. It avoids very humid environments as they may destroy the blade, change the shape of the wood, and deform the leather cover. When transporting, always use the blade guard.
Handmade in Portugal